Hunt said the state is seeking to treat the disease as all other communicable diseases are treated.
The dread disease, consumption, rightly called the scourge of civilization, is now well known to be communicable.
Oh, how convey any warning of this terrible knowledge, which is not communicable by words!
This communicable power is commonly spoken of as the technical, or as technique.
But the outcome has to be expressed in words if it is to be communicable.
The moral wisdom of the man is not communicable to women, so far as it partakes of rational wisdom, 168.
The Emperor's devotion seems to have been a communicable flame.
Not communicable, on the terms prescribed us at present; and must be left to the languid fancy, like so much else.
We are all familiar with the fact that moods are communicable.
This results from the communicable nature of human intelligence.
communicable com·mu·ni·ca·ble (kə-myōō'nĭ-kə-bəl)
Transmittable between persons or species; contagious.